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380 Duke Street, G31 1DN
East End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Modern, Bar Food
‘Established in 1870, re-established in 2014’ is the legend over the door at The Duchess of Duke Street, a refurbished East End gastropub. While the original building may be Victorian, the menu is packed with modern bar classics. Craft beers plus extensive wine and cocktail lists mean that no-one ever goes thirsty at The Duchess of Duke Street. Cheery, friendly staff complete the picture at this welcoming neighbourhood bar.
The kitchen at the Duchess of Duke Street delivers mouth-watering bar classics at keen prices. A selection of light dishes or starters includes Thai fishcakes, chicken goujons and mushroom crostinis. Naturally, there is a selection of burgers as well as gourmet sandwiches such as the salt cured beef with Swiss cheese and sauerkraut.
The menu offers deli sharing platters which are perfect for grazing while enjoying a bottle of wine. Other choices include slow roast pork belly with Parmesan mash; a beef and ale pie, Singapore noodles and the catch of the day which is displayed on the specials board. The desserts are worth leaving room for. Options include a pear and ginger stem turnover; a sticky toffee pud and the cheesecake of the day.
The Duchess of Duke Street is in Dennistoun in Glasgow’s East End. Duke Street is the closest train station and buses run along Duke Street to the city centre. There is off-street parking available. Nearby points of interest include The Necropolis and Forge Shopping Centre.
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